Healthy Habits That Will Enrich Your Future

Try these and see what happens

Jazz Parks

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What does it mean, to grow?

My goal is to encourage others to embrace the concept of continual self-growth, by choosing to do something daily that makes you a better person.

The best part?

It could be literally anything.

Do you want to become a better leader for your team? Great! I’ll provide the tools that teach you to do so.

Would you like to quit smoking cigarettes and pick up exercising? Fantastic. You’ll find the tools to do so here.

Would you like to learn how to play the saxophone? Awesome! I won’t teach you how to do that, but I will teach you how to prioritize, manage your time, and focus on what matters most. Maybe then you’ll be able to slip in those sax lessons.

Above all else, my goal is to encourage others to live a life committed to continual self-development.

The reason I use the word ‘continual’ so often is because I want to engrave that word into you.

To grow, one must consistently strive to become better. If you’d like to follow me on my journey of continual self-development, feel free to subscribe!

As I said, real growth takes effort, yet it’s easier than you’d think!

Growth starts by taking one small step, consistently.

Here’s three ways to begin the journey towards continual self-development.

1.) Read a good book.

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I can’t stress this enough!

Do what others aren’t doing to become better than they are.

So read, and read often.

Here are five books I’d suggest to anyone committed to continual growth. (Keep in mind that I do make a small commission if you decide to purchase one of these books, yet they come straight from my library, therefore straight from the heart!)

The One Thing by Gary Keller

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Jazz Parks

I believe that life is about finding joy through passion, purpose, and being compassionate towards others.